Oregon Ducks Womens Volleyball Tickets
First Year of Volleyball: 1968
Division and Conference: NCAA Division I, Pac-12 Conference
2019 Record: 9-12 Overall, 5-13 Conference, 5-7 Home Games, 4-10 Away Games, 0-3 Neutral
Conference Rivals: Oregon State Beavers
Oregon Ducks Women's Volleyball TicketsThe Oregon Ducks had a particularly tough year in 2019. It was their first losing season (overall) since 2005 when the team went 12-18. The Ducks also failed to make it to the postseason, which broke their string of tournament appearances dating back to 2011. However, 2019 was still a year of victories, especially for a few individual players, like Senior Ronika Stone. Stone was named to the All-Pac-12 Team for the third time in her career with the Ducks, a feat that had only been accomplished twice before. Stone also walked away with the highest hitting percentage in the program's history (.336). Additionally, Stone captured Pacific North All-Region honors given by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Freshman Karson Bacon, a rising star in the Ducks ranks, got an end-of-the-year nod from the conference with Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honors, thanks to her 11 kills and seven blocks against OSU at home. Get your Oregon Ducks women's volleyball tickets at StubHub.
Where does the Oregon Ducks women's volleyball team play its home games?The Matthew Knight Arena (MKA) is where the Oregon Ducks play their home games. It encompasses 420,000 square feet of earth and was built in less than two years (2009-2011). It replaced McArthur Court, which was considered to be one of the country's most difficult sporting venues for visiting teams. MKA features one of the best seating bowls in the Pac-12. Every seat in the complex has a straight line of sight to the court without any obstruction whatsoever. MKA also features KnightVision boards, which are the biggest, the baddest and the have the highest resolution of any center-hung board in the NCAA.
Who are some Oregon Ducks women's volleyball alumnae Hall of Famers?Teri (Huff) Kramer, Class of 1988, graduated holding a few program records that are still in place to this day. She is No. 1 in career digs with 1,481 and holds second place for kills and kill attempts with 1,481 and 1,770, respectively. She is also No. 1 in single-match kill attempts with 93, which was achieved in 1986 against California. Dawnn Charroin, Class of 1991, had a strong start with the Ducks. At the end of her first year, she was a first-team conference all-freshman team honoree. By the time she would graduate, she would be ranked fourth overall in Oregon history for kills (1,283) as well as attempts (3,440). After leaving Oregon, Charroin went on to play professionally in Europe.
Who is the head coach of the Oregon Ducks women's volleyball team?In 2017, Matt Ulmer took over the as head coach of the Oregon Ducks women's volleyball team. During his second year at the helm (2018), Ulmer coached the team through an historic year. The Ducks' overall record was an impressive 23-11, and they went 13-7 in conference play. That same year, Ulmer would get the team to the Elite Eight, which was UO's second time ever making it that far in NCAA Tournament play. Before becoming head coach of the team, Ulmer was an assistant and associate head coach for the Ducks.
When did the Oregon Ducks women's volleyball team join the Pac-12 Conference?The Ducks joined the Pac-12 in 2011. Before that, they were part of the Pac-10, which they joined in 1986. Prior to the Pac-10, the Ducks played in the NorPac Conference.
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